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wmw i GENEVA iMM* " •••• «••• •••« •• »»» Vol.17. No. 281. Two Cents. «WM>I» SIUHHHSM ••••••••! TEMPERATURE 3P.M.. S3 *«aawsiis>sws»s»»*»s»«e»s«e»s Geneva, N. Y., Friday, April 26, 1912, Forecast! T S S W H I T E S T A R L IN E I S I N T E R F E R I N G Is Now Charged W ith Hampering W ork of Investigating Committee In Getting Complete Details of Titanic Disaster* TITANIC GOING AT HIGH SPEED Washington, April 26—T hat the White Star Lino had attempted to in ttrfere with the Titanic investig ation , wu the direct charge made today oy Senator Smith, chairman of th e Senate Committee in charge o the inquiry. Immediately after thi s charg e was made, P. F. H. Fwinklin w as placed on the stand, who again pled ged his aid to the committee to secure all the of having seen the mast light and' Si <* e lights of a ves sel w hich se emed to be fi v e miles away and that he signalled for an hour from the Titan- io's bridge, flashi ng c all s for help i n the Morse code and sending up rock et*. Captain Smith's messenger was one those examined m this way. He told of the message he carried from Cap tain Smith to the chief engineer of the <1hairmnn T tian le qft«>r th e mlHnlrtn Smith w*nts subpoenaed the Captain and telegraph operator of the 6. 8 . Cal- iforria. £erpeant-at-arms Samsdell receivicd a telegram from Boston as follows "(.'apt. Stan ley Lord and wireles s man Evans of California expressed themselves as willing to go, tout now itt 10 p. m, they are prevented from poing by the White Star Line. Believe that they have important informa tion." Franklin said that he had received =*js«M*am- Boston nske>'i to get the two men's depo sitio n as the CaHfornian wa* to leave today! However , when he found that i t would be impossible to do this-, he wired that the men would have to come. He stated that they are now on their way to Washington. Washington April 26.—"The senate tee investigating the Titanle disaster took a new tack, tha t wu producti ve of results . S ome of the UK t Interesting and Important testi mony that has come out was gathered ty the several sena tors actin g separ ately and indlvidnefly. It was established beyond any ques tion that the Titan ic was m aintain - and thai will be atten ded to, an d I w h en the collision occurred Quar termaster Row's, who was amo ng the last to leave the sinking ship, swore before one of the senators that he had read the chip's log just before leaving the vessel and tha t it rea ls tered 260 knots, indicatin g its run fr om noon Sunday un til the time the accident occurred. He also declared^ tha t^t he berg scraped the entire starboard aide of the Titanic and that from his positio n on the bridge on the stern of the boat be was apprehensive lest the bridge Itself be torn, away by the berg. Testify to Seeing Ship's Light. JU! of the able bodied seamen, stew. ards and ^stokers who w ere e xam ined testified with startling unanimity to having seen the lights of another ship within from thre e to five mile s of the Titanic, It was imposs ible to shake them m this belief, and several de clared that they could not only sec . the lights of th e 'ship but a lso her motion as she rode the wave s. This testimony is corroborative of that given be OfncsT Boxhall, w ho told connection recited the interesting fact that the lights in the stokers' room were oat within fifteen min utes after the ship struck the berg. While the conten ts of this note will never be known it Is believed by mem bers of the comm utes and others who ha ve learn ed of It that it con tained an order from the oaptain to the chief engin eer to start the pumpa. The inquiry thus far has developed no testimony that would indicate that the pumps of the Titanic ever wore "Captain Smith, who was on the bridge, gave me a not e which, he had written hurriedly," said the mes Sanger. "It wa s folded three times and the corner was turned. I deliver ed the note to the chief engineer as instructed and stood by, awaiting his answer— rTeread the no w anoTpfes- ently asked me why I was waiting. I told him that I was waitin g Tor an an swer. He said- "Tell the captain that tha t will be at ended to , and I returned to the bridge with this mes sage. Stokers' Room In Darkness. "While in the chief engineer's room, wher e i had been many times, 1 could see the hole to the stokers' room in the hold of the boat This hole was open, but there was total dark ness in the stokers' room. 1 I could s ee nothin g. I.. regarded _th ls rrr-r=r= T. F. Rhodes. B O M B A R D M E N T II S E R IO U S fiF F R IR Three Hundr ed Turks Killed in Dardanelles Forts by Italian Guns. 31,5 WERE REPORTED HURT. Situation In Constantinople Is Be coming More Serious Dally Because of the Shortage of Provisions—100 Greek Steamers Waiting For Psr- mission to Pass the Dardanelles. London, April 26.—A Constantinople dlai atch to the Chronicle say s th* bombardmen t of the Dardanelles forts by the Italian warship s wag inner, more s eriou s than is officially admit- j ted. The Kumaleh fort was complete ly demolished. Three hundred Turks wer e killed and 315 wound ed. Of th 3 nople, whi le the ether St are in the hospital at Kmnalch. The situation in Constantinople la becoming more serious dally Dr. D. K. P earsons. Thomas V. Rhodes, acting military aide to Pre*iden t f r ' , l-ajt, who will prob ably be appointed to permanently suc- cw»d Major Archibald Butt in th at ca ps eityr L I N E R D L Y M P i C Southampton, Eng., April 26—The voyage of the. Whit i Star Jjinei.Olym pic which has baen held up off the Isle of Wight since Wednesday, when the firemen and oilers mutinied because they s ay th at tint life-saving equip ments were insufficient, was abandoned as unusua l, as the room Is alway s bril -f°f the crew, liantly lighted with electrici ty, that the stokers might see." The testim ony tod ay of Harold Cot- tarn, the wire less op erator on the Car- pathia, did not confirm 1 Captain Moore's telegraphic statement to Sen ator Smith that the Mt. Temple an swered the Titanic'B distress call. Cottam was asked if he heard the Mt. Temple answering the Titanic. He said he did not. although h e had b een In communication with the Mt. Tem pie at 10.3 0 o'clock on Sunday nigh t, April 14, and received a "good night" messa ge. Wttb-re»r>eet to the sub* poenaes tha t have been issued for the captain and the wireless operator of the CaHfornian Senator Smith said today that he expected . to get from them a record of the ice warnin gs that were transmitted to the Titanic on the evening of the disaster. He also hopes to gat som e light on the statements that have been made that the CaHfornian may hav e been closer to the Titanic than was the ""'arpathia M K »•••• » — 1 > « i»m««» »«» «• W I S C flU C IF IE D 1 IT C S. E. TAYLOR, VICTIM OP HORRI BUB ATROCITY, ESCAPES, B UT DIBS IN HOSPITAL W BAIT " 7BAK0IS00. 8an Francisco. April fif i—-8. B. Tay I'r, who was crnciftad by Mexican Revo lutionists and cut down "and brough Jo thU eilv, died here today. His wif« ji«s ia a shaTiow grave near Vera Crn2, ills a nlaUm of M eaiee^ atrocities. Mri. Taylor was assaulted by thx M et ' r »"s after b»r husband was bound. Tji sn she was left to watch the agony "fh sr husband, who was nailed to a osnr. She died heTore Toe crucifixion was completed. Her brother-in-law wa* •s o aung, but escaped, tor* his brother down and mad 1 ? ht* way wish- him to *»n Francesco. S- * < Tayl or we ake ned •7 the to** of blood and-the excrte- »> «iJt of his adv entu re died a fe w mo ments after hs reached the h ospit al. Msxiea City, A'pril 2s With 1,000 ""* « and with tw Ave sonvpsntea well ffsfiised for th* defence of the Amer 1 Kmbaesy, Americans are flocking " city from ^ rj "parts - of the Re P«h e to joi n the dftand fe»r the pro- lotion of American life and property 1 — — »— . A p r il 28 — H a v i n g Ju s t *f* mT f < i word from the Peeifle Coast ™st th* Army transport Crook is on •jsilsbla for immediate service, the «" dep art men t announced that th e 2™ Wt Are BntTerd will leave San *raw>i„.„ t0 tB#l w m tt n t0 Mt o f M i«o to take on Amerka n refngeei- there. TM Rer a April 2fi—The Odd Fellow. «r L * Roy hav p„ rfhsV(s#d tfce We wl . rl i 1 - ^ ' ^ Mf«s-!m Main street, loi the ereeuog of » BM AA RS SM , 1 Telegraphic Bulletins Saa Prajisico, April 26—Robert A Shear , a jai lor o f the Cruiffer Mary- laud 'reaped int o the b ay from the veB sel's deck and rescued Mi*s Virginia Brissac of this city from drowning. Albany, April 2fi—Inspector of Docks and Dams McK im o f th e Stat ^Con serva tion (Commission Was ordered to inspect the Port Henry Dams, neaf Minnavile, which arc reported t* be near the breaking point. <m " St. Louis, April 2«— Obeying * phan tom call of her mother who committed suicide six yeans ago to join her; Miss Victorio Watebwosky attempted to jump into ths Mississippi river, but was a hospital. 'Th e loctor» KRIH that 'hf is insan e. : -" ^ St. Louis, April 26—PhiTlip Swhlcnk. •7 years ©Id, shot himssTf to death through the heart when a detective came to hi« hou se t 0 arrest him, and ** had toW bi» wife to tell "th e gen tleman that he would be down in a mm ute. " A yonng girl was in™ ths ea«e, and r-ttier than ftea his wife with hi s shame, he killed himself. Kansas Oity, Aoril 20 -" Another martyr to duty ," frss the verdict given when word was received of" the death of Mi*s Erne«tme Poelma, who was fata'dy stricken while iittending a ease of meningitis. She worled until i h. ' became unconsciou s, eoneealir.g het fatigue from the faniilv of the pattern is order to ba trne to bar professional trost. •toyslty Will Mest Mi Londvm, AnrH t#—Oscar Hsmmsr- will messt King Oeorg* and Queen Mary on April 20, when their ma jes ties wi n pa y tbeir first vt a»r t to his London opera bouse to attend a matinee in aid of the l^agns of MAT ey. a charity, w hich Is devoted to glv. 1ng aiJtto hos pitals It will »• « s brill- tant atflstr fross a acxrtal Sad ar tistl s staadsatat REVO LT OF SAILORS COMPELS SH IP TO DISE MBARK 1 , 4 00 PASSENGERS FOR AMERICA. PRESDENT FLAYS COL ROOSEVELT Taft Delivered Sc athin g Address Last Night-Called Colonel False Friends In Boston LOVE A N D ADMIRATION LOST is a dearth of provi sions and it is feared tbat nothin g that line 13 coming in One hundred steamships sre waiting in Oreek harbors for per mission to pass the Dardanelles. he re is plenty of cere als aboard the ships in the Bosphorus, but all sre consigned sbroad. -Boston,. April 26^Prflsiden t T aft speaHcing In Boston laat night, dis charged what he characterized as one of the most painful du ties of his life. He broke his long silence on Rooss- { vslt and told Just what he thinks of his predecessor and one-time friend. Mr. Taft acknowledg ed his deep debt of gratitude to Colonel Roose- Tber e Dr. D. K. fearso ns, itolcago s SS year old eccentric millionaire-ph ilanthropist, who is dying. Alte r giving away his entire fortuni! of $6,000,000 to small-col leges and other institutions Dr. Pear- sous (said that be was ready to die, but expected to live to he one hundred. MAY QUESTION BRI8T0W John S. Williams Tempted to Ask Sen- rorrTKansas Why He Sub scribed to This Cresd. Washin gton. April 26.—John Sharp Williams, In the course of a speech In the senate on ex-President Roosevelt, said he was tempted to ask Senator Bristow of Kansas, who was champion- lag the colonel's cause, why he sub scribed to thi# cryed: "I beli eve in Theodore R oosevelt, maker of noise and strife and fn ambition, hi s only cresd (My I-srd). He was born of the love of $ower and suffered under William H\ Taft. was orucined, died and was burled, us descended into Africa. The third year he arose RSTOB'S BODY R E C O V E R E D and admiration he once hs s had for htm. (But a situation had arisen, he contended, which compelled Mm, *• ths titular leader of the movement for sane, constitutional government to le nt * at Springfield, the firs t plunged at once into the subject that was uppermost In his mind. After relating the points In which he had been misrepresented by Colon* el Roosevel t the presid ent Inquired;; "What do you think of the square de al as he gives It to me?" Th e crowd cheere d as t.he» presi dent m ad e this inquiry. Mr. Rooseffelt, be said , had velt and spo ke feelin gly of th e love a uniqu e definition of the word •'boss" ""Ann an again st httn-^a a boss ," tha> president said. "A man for him is a leader." i "In hia long and honorable life," Mr. Taft addei, "Mr. Roosevelt h as disregard hi s ipereonal feelings and to not learned to be a good loser. " spesk plainly and to the point Said Colonel Made False Statements. After reviewing the constructive leg* Islature enacted Ms adm inistration President Taft thereupon charged M r - Taft continued: "Are not thesa BODY OF ISIDOR STRAUS IS ALSO SAID TO BE ON BOARD THE .... MAOK AY-BEM NETI. Jl . New York, Xpr il 26—The liodtes of John Jacob A *tor and Istdor Straus, who were lost in the TitamV disaster, today. Th* Olympic was ordwed back j again from the Jungle, and h altanW to port gmt th8."work" of aisemb arkiag for 1,400 passengers was begun. Karljer in the day, marines from the Cruiser Cochran e arrested '•O of the Olympic sailors upon Capt. Haddock's charges that; fhoy TPTift ^i«"ipt'r i g the order have been recovered and are now on board the funera i ship, Mackay-B«n- nett. T his information was contained in a wireless Ties pa ton from the Mac ' F O R R O O S E V E L T IRON-CLAD INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE COLONEL GIVEN DE LE GATES W CHICAGO 00S - VENTION. St. Louis. Anril 26—-Th* Republican state convention, after one of the most spectacu lar fights jn the history of the party here, adjourned shortly a fter 6 Jury Convicts Davenport (la.) Woman For Murder of Her Husband. Daven port, la., April 20.—Mrs. Anna Kilduff, oharged with murd ering, her husband, John K i l du f f, was found guilty of manslaughter by a Jury aft- «r abou t 12 hours' deliberati on. Thi s was the second trial, the first result ing In a disagreement. Kilduff and his wi fs had not been living together, and It was charged that the woman west to ths place where her husband was working and shot him. She gave herself up at once. Ths defense claimed that the wom- o clock this morning, after instru cting tho delegates-at-largo to the national conv ention for Roo- jevelt . Ironclad in structions for the Colonel were adopted, after a compromise had been entered into to give Taft two of the eight deleg ates, who have one holf vote each. Charges of bad faith and broken proirii^es are being freely made by the Taf t mem Charles I). Morris, chair- man of the Republican Committee, de clared, the matter will b\» carried to ths Chis ago Convention. It is eviSeh t a contest wn i be the result. Under the comprom ise agreement, Morris and May or Kriesman werif named tb eTa ft men, but wh en resolutions were adopted, instructing them for Roose velt, Morris and Kriesman with drew. There was a heated debats and twe Roosevelt men were then named. Kansas City, April 26—Five persons tr« reported killed ss ike* remrH of four tornado** that visited the south- srn part df Kansas yesterday. A mrm. ber of persons are reported injured, Farmer Hangs Himself. Lanca ster, Pa.. April 20. — Leaving {he hous e at an early hour of the morning, John E. Sebuman, aged 53, a retired larmsr of Moun tt I ie, went to STs stable and hanged h lmse ir from a rafter. Hs bad been In poor health. Famous Mansion Burned. indoh, A pf TI 21.—Climb er Hous e, •t Worksop, th* famous mansion of the D nke of New Csstl e, was partly destro yed by fire today, AH the art work s were saved. The damage Powers to Recccupy Crete. Berlin . April 2« It is stated that Jtnssia, England and Germany h ave decid ed to reoccupy Crete because of the r-nevred troable on the island sad ha vs sounded Germany en fas over the sea and sirtRth on t,h© right band of hia party, whence shall oomo to scourge the licked and the dead. I believ e i n the Holy Outlook, the big stick, the Ananias club, the forgiven ess.of political aettvitiea, the resurrection of presidential ambitions and the tt h l rd term everlas ting. amen; amen," la y off ice rr hvre tods v. Roosevelt with deliberate misrepre sentation of Ms (Taft's) speeches, with making false statements in re gard to the president's attitude to wards Lorlmer, with changing front on the question of reciprocity in an effort to win the farmer's vote, with having mad s false charges of fraud against ths president of the United States; with having repudiated his own trust record and with having proven himself disloyal as a friend. President Taft disclosed the fact tbat Roosevelt approved of the sup port, which he (Taft) gav e to Cannon TzPnis candiJacy for re-election as" speaker, although Mr. Roosevelt now seek s to UBe the presid ent's action a s a political asse t.— — - President Taft relnrtantly charac terized his predecessor as "a menace to the entire busin ess community" and In effect accuse d htm of Insincerity and a breach of faith In the matter of "Ta~""the dispatch Li Ul i his third terra promise. was given a list of thirty-four nam^.s of known bodies recovered and a list o? fif teen wh ich have been embalmed in the storage. progressive measures. N o. they are not progressive because I was one of agen ts la bringing! them abo ut New* adays thtre is more talk about w ho passed the laws than about their oner* ation after they have been passed . Stat utes seem to be more for the pnr» i> OBe of mak ing votes th an for th e promoting the welfare of ths peolH'e.'• Similar speeches were made at Wor« cester, South Framlngham and Na* tick. Immediately after his speech last night in Boston ths president lsfl for Nsw York. COLON EL ANSWERS CRITICS Declsres Taft Conourrad In Postpone* mant of Acti on Against Har vester Trust. Mr^TaHTdeclared-that Colonel RODS- MRS. KILDUFF GUILTY an was Insane. INDIAN JOAN OF ARC A BRIDE Last Frlncsss sf ths Oneidas la Mar rlsd to Wisconsin Resident. Fond du Lsc, Wis., April 36.—An- •ounoetn ent is made of the marriage of Laura Minnie Cornelius, last princ ess of the Onoida Indians, to Orin J. Kellogg, a wealthy cltissn of Seymour, Wis,, at Stevens Point Mrs. Kell ogg is s gradua te of Graft on Hal'. Wellesly college and Stan ford university She became world- renowned as the Indisn Joan of Arc, Sh e danced at the courts of Europe to obtain funds to heb> redmen to a high er oivillzatlon. " -"• a Convention of K of C. Wartertown, N . Y., April 28.—Ar- rangem ente have been comple ted for the annual convention of the Knig hts of Cotumbu* of the state of Ve w York, which will open in Watertown May 10t h n ml t- IOMP Ma v IA h. A bout detonate* and visitors are expected. The thfird degree will be conferred! on a elaaa of 200, the largest in the history of the state organisation. Ruhop Henry nabriele, of the diocese of Og- ctansburg win ce le st e the opening nw »r ITevT state officers will Se elected. Amon g the entertainme nt fe a tures provided i« as excarn .m to the Thorwand Islands. evelt should not be given a third term. "The re Is not the slightes t reason why," Mr. Taft said, "If he secur es s third term^an d the limitation of the Washington, Jefferson and Jackson tradition Is broken down, he should not have as many terms as his natural lite will permit. If be Is necessa ry Halifax, Nova Scotia, April 26—The bedy of C. M. Hayes, president of the Grand Trunk R. R. who was lost with the Titanic baa ibaan. jecoverad -sjaeordifriow to-the-government, why notlate r>{~ei© ner of Corporation s Smith , ing .to a wirel ess despatch to the Wh ite Star Office here. Th e despatch rearf "Th is morning discovered body of i' M. Hayes (signed) Min is." KI NG ' S S ON EO IF WE One who so lightly regards constitu tional principles and, especially the independent judiciary, one who is so naturally impatient of legal restraint and of-due legal procedure, and who has so misunderstood what liberty reg ulated by law is, could not safely b e trusted with successive presidential terms. I say tble sorrowfully, but I say It with the full convic tion of the Taft Didn't Get Square Deal. The present attitude of Colonel Roosevelt toward s Mm, Mr Taft said, 1 was a^"BOHTce~ef th e sadd est dtsar*- Madrid, Spai n, April 26—Don Jaimi«, _ . . ^. „ .... Tj™,««,-n •< »h» second so B of King Alfonso of Spain i g g g g g g S S T S - i win be^ eaf and dumb for life, H^T^l" 1 * conttn ^' 2 5 S 2™ has been und er treatment for several I hlm tlm «iu*re a* 1 * 1 - whlc h Mr. Rooa months, bat today it was deci ded that ^ ^ n r * e " 8 ° ^^^ his rilrneat was incurable. «>•>»<•••» »A m i > i i i i « Brief News Hems From Surro und ing Ter ri tor y* Hammondsport, April 26—Glenn H. Curtisa has opened the iiaifrrnondspbT, Aviation Scho ol Jo. the summer. Many noted birdmen, who ha ve aviator's li censes, are here, as are some foreigners, who are beginni ng the art of flight. . Bat avU t April 26—O. B. Rray, re ceiver of the Bidwrtl Threshing ikrm pany, has resigned tnd his resignation has been accepted by Judfa riasej . He was charged with improper handling of the affairs of the company, having operated the busineis at a loss of *2H,- 000, i I 4 Rochester, April 26—William Rains- ley, 24, of Lyo ns, was almost instantly killed wh en hti >ll from the tender true. By hla asso ciatio n with Will an engine to the tracks sind was run OV,T. He fell in such a position tbat the body w as cut in two at the abdomen, and the right arm was broken at several places . He was to have been married in J^ne. Hornell, ApTTT 2* started in Yn«t w Warehouse, from lMirtfing tar, thr eat-n ed th e. whole bus in«»s eertien ot ths town hire yiAst* day. The Taflo r stndio and Hornell Drug Cempeny were flnmaged, antl Bv ron Rugar was badly burned while earry- ing out a. gas tank, b efore the nrenun The president acknowledged that he owes a debt of gratitude to the colonel for aiding in his election to the presid ency. Mr. Taft declared that Colonel Roosevelt took a sentence from his speech in Toledo, garbled It, Separated it from the context and used it to create the impression that Mr. Taft wa s in favor of an oligarch y. Mr. Tait a lso charged that Colonel Roosevelt, in his recent campaign trips through Illinois, coupled Mr. Taft's name with tbat of Senator Lorl mer, so as to mak e the people of that state believe that Mr. Taft was sup porting Senator I.orimer To refute this charge, the president rsad an exchange of letters between hiaiss u: and - JUMaeVnR^ln^JjMiaaryj 1911, showing that they were both en gaged In an effort to Induce mem bers Qi lbs ssn ate to oust Lorlmer. "He says tbat all the bosses sre In my fsvor, and all sf them against him." declared Mr. Taft. "This Is not Flinn of Pittsburg, there is being re stored to powe r m that city and In Pennsylvania en e of the worst munic ipal bosses that the history of that state knows. 'Mr. RoosefeJt'i chief supporter In vrht ehi OnRrtSdtty- Is Walte r Brown , the ontv a m lueceerjedin their hard fight to..control + the flames. W Forecast for W«*ter n New ** BW W, Apr fT» -vT bsf Ti TS Fi ev er f York-Sho wers and prob 4 t o £ * ve b « n * well plsnned attempt ablv thunder storms to •' ' " b u ! B *J >"F P«-"t of t he r-ate rn ni^irt and temorrow; cold- • S er tomorrow. .w as frustrated UTe last ^rTTght , when 9 th* armed wstr bman «cared awsv a A B Local Conditions. tj-e protector * 4 might ha ve made a forts S treets of Geneva this forenoon , • ! n se vicjrtusly wa* the dnst blow n sheug hy f cse south wind. Thisnje were a Nt qnleter in the after 4 4 4 noon, with rain indications in the 4 4 sir. 4 salsasaas .••era! attempt, that have b e en discoy J^ -T ' *v j une on the 4 wed , Th s police r«'fW to disensa t V ^ r a ' w r T "*** mas who wss »uppli,»l with materials to do great dama ge, Th fW ii one of sov- Plttehiirgh Theater Brrms. Pittibnrgh, PM ^ April 26~TJs€A«a4. ?iny of  \tuiic  th« oldest theater m Pittsburg h, was deatfoyttl by Are acd ether aearbv building, damagad, igeWaagHTo- .* .100,000. boss in full com mi salon in Ihe state and who is looking forward to state control under Mr. Roosev Ht'a admin istration He charges me with asso ciation with Mr. Barn es of N T ew York, whil e ho is silent as to the suppo rt sad ad vice he ta receiving from W ill iam Ward cf the sam e * tate. Mr Roos evelt kn ows that In 1910, but for the suppo rt be receiv ed from my friends, as again st Mr, Barnes and Mr . Ward, he would not have been nomi nated as temporary chairman of the New York convention Now Mr. Barnes supports me and opposes Mr. Roosevelt on the ground that he does net believe in the principles of gov- -Mrv R«*esevelt two poses to embod y in m o* fundamental statutory law." Mr. Tsft in tended when he entered Massachus etts to diseuas other topic* ta his speech s erosa th e state and re serve feus attack o a Colonel Roosevelt til last nigh t. He felt so deeply. Oyster Bsy. April 26.—Colonel Bens* evelt, answering the critics of his Har vester Trust action, d eclares that President Tsft, ss a member of his cabine t, heartily concu rred ra the post ponement of scti on in the prases ed prosecu tion of the trust until after Herbert Knox Smith'* invatl gntlo n wa s finished and reported on. This report was not mad e during the remaining year and a half of his administration, ths colamel oolnts out, by reference to letter from Comm ls- of pressure of work upon that bursa* In steel, lumber and Stan dard OR in* vesttgat/ons. The colonel further points to Hsr» bert Knox Smith's letter to prove tha t his orders ss president only served to| facilitate, not suppress the report. The colonel Just grinned all ever at President Taft's Springfield sp e e c h * whi ch referred to him as "a dictator, j that would 'stick like a leech for life/ s ever got in the White H o u s e) again. "If there's nothing else to say, I'et love to point out the gramm atical fe* licity of a 'dictator, stickin g like 4 leech,'" grinned the colonel. Taft's Long Olstanes R elative, Boston. April 25.—When President Taft reached G resnd sls, a suburb <af Worcester, to make a speech , Betty B. Higgins, an 11 -year-old girl, dress ed In ber best Sunday clo thes, walked) an to hi m and presen ted s bouquet to him. Attached was this note.- "I am your little cousin , Betty D. Hl g* - gins. Your si xth great grandfather. Deacon Samuel Claflln was my sev enth great grandfather, so ene-claUk of you snd one-tenth of me are alike, • but one tenth of me believes tbat nine- ninths of you will be elected presid ent again" 1 A N S W E R T I F T New York, April 26—Colonel Roose velt tod ay made ready to rsply to tba broadsid e attack on him mad s by Pres ident Taft in Massachuaetts yesterday* "I Wil not use .nvs ntioa ," d e c l a r ed rr MT . Tsft baa ssid olonel Roosevelt. some n^W things. I will heve some- thing new to i»y myself. I will talk right out and hit straight from the ahniilder," The ( olons! worked until 11 o'eloek Jiaat liigh t nn the «peech es h*a will d e- -diva* on his/omi ng New England tear. ATthoogh he will ^peak in answer to President Taft at Worcester tonight, bra most important sdd rsss wW h e made at Boston tomorrow sight. Medical School St VHiany, Apr* 26.—PeesWll eSmp wfB te umd* for military sarps ses for a ••lu.rt time this snmmer. Adjmtast- iu-n,-T4\ Verhe jck has issu ed orders fst a school for medical ofllcsrs t» he leld a* th e pewm-sitlon Jun e tSSS t* Th.. War Department wiB deiail Major AI bert F,. Tnrby, Major Lome T. Han , Major Henry*H. Riithe*forfl and Tap imp- James M. Pb a h sn as ia sUesl eii. Ml mmlOal ofneera wi S be ra-piiivd 4e attend in anUeipation «pf ths work which will be required of them ae aha - ^p~"* * Tp(g* * ^ e

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  • 8/3/2019 Geneva NY Daily Times 1912 Apr-Oct 1912 Grayscale - 0011

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    w m w i GENEVAi M M * " Vo l.17. No. 28 1. Tw o Cents.

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    Shear , a jai lor o f the Cruiffer Mary-laud 'reaped int o the b ay from the veBse l ' s de c k and r e sc ue d M i*s V ir g iniaBr issac o f t his c i t y f r om dr ow ning .A lbany , A pr i l 2 f iInspe c t or o f D oc ksand Dams McK im o f th e Stat, ^Conserva tion (Commission Was ordered toinspe c t t he Por t He nr y D am s, ne afM innavi le , w hic h ar c r e por t e d t * bene ar t he br e aking po int .

    p r e s i d e n t s a i d . " A m a n f o r h i m i s ale ade r ." i" I n h i a l o n g a n d h o n o r a b l e l i f e , "M r . T a f t a d d e i , " M r . R o o s e v e l t h a sdisr e gar d hi s ipe r e onal f e e l ings and t o not le ar ne d t o be a good lose r . "s p e s k p l a i n l y a n d t o t h e p o i n tSaid Colonel Made False Statements. A f t e r r e v i e w i n g t h e c o n s t r u c t i v e l e g *I s l a t u r e e n a c te d M s a d m i n i s t r a t i o nP r e s i d e n t T a f t t h e r e u p o n c h a r g e d M r - T a f t c o n t i n u e d : " A r e n o t t h e s a

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    t o d a y . T h * O l ym p i c w a s o r d w e d b a ck j a g a i n f r o m t h e J u n g l e , a n d h a l t a n Wt o p or t gm t t h8."w ork" of a ise m b ar kiagf or 1 ,400 passe nge r s w as be gun. Kar lj e rin t he day , m ar ine s f r om t he C r uise rC oc hr an e ar r e s t e d ' O of t he Olym pics a i l o r s u p o n C a p t . H a d d o c k ' s c h a r g e sthat; fhoy TPTift ^i"ipt'r ig the order

    have be e n r e c ove r e d and ar e now onboar d t he f une r a i ship, M ac kay- Bn-ne t t . T his inf or m at ion w as c ont a ine din a w ir e le ss Tie s pa t on f r om t he M ac

    ' F O R R O O S E V E L TI R O N - C L A D I N S T R U C T I O N S F O R

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    V E N T I O N .St . Louis . A nr i l 26- Th* R e publ ic anst at e c onve nt ion, a f t e r one o f t he m ostspe c t ac u lar f ight s jn t he his t or y o f t hepar t y he r e , adj our ne d shor t ly a f t e r 6

    Jury Convicts Davenport ( la .) WomanFor Murder of Her Husband.D ave n por t , la . , A pr i l 20 .M r s. A nnaKilduf f , ohar ge d w it h m ur d e r ing , he rh u s b a n d , J o h n K i l du f f, w a s f o u n dgui l t y o f m ans laught e r by a J ur y a f t -r abou t 12 hour s ' de l ibe r at i on. Thi sw as t he se c ond t r ia l , t he f ir s t r e sul t i n g I n a d i s a g r e e m e n t .Ki lduf f and his w i f s had not be e nl i v i n g t o g e t h e r , a n d I t w a s c h a r g e dt h a t t h e w o m a n w e s t t o t h s p l a c ew h e r e h e r h u s b a n d w a s w o r k i n g a n ds h o t h i m . S h e g a v e h e r s e l f u p a t o n c e .Ths de f e nse c la im e d t hat t he w om -

    o c loc k t his m or ning , a f t e r ins t r u c t ingt ho de le gat e s - a t - lar go t o t he nat ionalc onv e nt ion f or R oo-j e ve l t. Ir onc lad ins t r uc t ions f or t he C olone l w e r e adopt e d,a f t e r a c om pr om ise had be e n e nt e r e dint o t o g ive Taf t t w o of t he e ightde le g at e s , w ho have one ho l f vot e e ach.C har ge s o f bad f a i t h and br oke npr oir i i^e s ar e be ing f r e e ly m ade by t heTaf t m e m C har le s I ) . M or r is , c ha ir -m an of t he R e publ ic an C om m it t e e , de c lar e d, t he m at t e r w i l l b\ c ar r ie d t o t h sC his ago C onve nt ion. I t is e v iSe h t ac ont e s t w n i be t he re sul t . U nde r t hec om pr om ise agr e e m e nt , M or r is andM ay or Kr ie sm an w er i f nam e d t b e Ta f tmen, but w h e n r e so lut ions w e r eadopt e d, ins t r uc t ing t he m f or R oose ve l t , M or r is and Kr ie sm an w it h dr e w .The r e w as a he at e d de bat s and t w eR oose ve l t m e n w e r e t he n nam e d.

    Kansas C it y , A pr i l 26Five pe r sonstr r e por t e d ki l le d ss ike* remrH off our t or nado** t hat v is i t e d t he sout h-sr n par t df Kansas ye s t e r day . A m r m .be r o f pe r sons ar e r e por t ed inj ur e d ,F a r m e r H a n g s H i m s e l f .Lanc a st e r , Pa . . A pr i l 20 . Le aving{he hous e a t an e ar ly hour o f t hem o r n i n g , J o h n E . S e b u m a n , a g e d 5 3 ,a r e t ir e d lar m sr o f M oun t t I ie, w e n tt o STs s t able and hange d h lm se ir f r oma r af t e r . Hs bad be e n In poor he a l t h.

    F a m o u s M a n s i o n B u r n e d .indoh, A pfTI 21 .C lim b e r Hous e , t W o r k s o p , t h * f a m o u s m a n s i o n o ft he D nke o f N e w C sst l e , w as par t lyde st r o ye d by f ir e t oday , A H t he ar tw o r k s w e r e s a v e d . T h e d a m a g e

    Pow e r s t o R e c c c upy C r e t e .Be r l in . A pr i l 2 I t i s s t a t e d t hatJ t n s s i a , E n g l a n d a n d G e r m a n y h a v ede c id e d t o r e oc c upy C r e t e be c ause o ft he r - ne vr e d t r oable on t he i s lands a d h a v s s o u n d e d G e r m a n y e n f a s

    ove r t he se a and s ir t R t h on t ,h r ightband of hia par t y , w he nc e h sha l loom o t o sc our ge t he l ic ke d and t hede ad. I be l ie v e in t he Holy Out look,t h e b i g s t i c k , t h e A n a n i a s c l u b , t h ef o r g i v e n e s s . o f p o l i t i c a l a e t t v i t i ea , t h er e s u r r e c t i o n o f p r e s i d e n t ia l a m b i t i o n sand t he tt hlrd t e r m e ve r las t ing .a m e n ; a m e n , "

    la yof fic e r r hvr e t ods v .

    R o o s e v e l t w i t h d e l i b e r a t e m i s r e p r e s e n t a t i o n o f M s ( T a f t ' s ) s p e e c h e s ,w i t h m a k i n g f a l s e s t a t e m e n t s i n r e g a r d t o t h e p r e s i d e n t ' s a t t i t u d e t o w a r d s L o r l m e r , w i t h c h a n g i n g f r o n to n t h e q u e s t i o n o f r e c i p r o c i t y i n a ne f f or t t o w in t he f ar m e r 's vot e , w it hh a v i n g m a d s f a l s e c h a r g e s o f f r a u da g a i n s t t h s p r e s i d e n t o f t h e U n i t e dS t a t e s ; w i t h h a v i n g r e p u d i a t e d h i so w n t r u s t r e c o r d a n d w i t h h a v i n gp r o v e n h i m s e l f d i s l o y a l a s a f r i e n d .P r e s i d e n t T a f t d i s c l o s e d t h e f a c tt b a t R o o s e v e l t a p p r o v e d o f t h e s u p p o r t , w h i c h h e ( T a f t ) g a v e t o C a n n o nT z P n i s c a n d i J a c y f o r r e - e l e c t io n a s "s p e a k e r , a l t h o u g h M r . R o o s e v e l t n o wse e k s t o U Be t he pr e s id e nt 's ac t ion a sa p o l i ti c a l a s s e t . - P r e s i d e n t T a f t r e l n r t a n t l y c h a r a c t e r i z ed h i s p r e d e c e s s o r a s " a m e n a c et o t h e e n t i r e b u s i n e s s c o m m u n i t y " a n dIn e f f e c t ac c use d ht m of Ins inc e r i t yand a br e ac h of f a i t h In t he m at t e r o f

    "Ta~""the dispatchLiUl i his t hir d t e r r a pr om ise .

    w as g ive n a l i s t o f t hir t y - f our nam ^.sof know n bodie s r e c ove r e d and a l i s to? f i ft e e n w h ic h have be e n e m balm e din t he s t or age .

    p r o g r e s s i v e m e a s u r e s . N o . t h e y a r en o t p r o g r e s s i v e b e c a u s e I w a s o n e o fa g e n t s l a b r i ng i n g ! t h e m a b o u t N e w *a d a y s t h t r e i s m o r e t a l k a b o u t w h op a s s e d t h e l a w s t h a n a b o u t t h e i r o n e r *a t i o n a f t e r t h e y h a v e b e e n p a s s e d .St at ut e s se e m t o be m or e f or t he pnri>OBe of m ak ing vot e s t h an f or t h epr om ot ing t he w e lf ar e o f t hs pe o lH'e . ' S i m i l a r s p e e c h e s w e r e m a d e a t W o r c e s t e r , S o u t h F r a m l n g h a m a n d N a *t i c k . I m m e d i a t e l y a f t e r h i s s p e e c hl a s t n i g h t i n B o s t o n t h s p r e s i d e n t l s f lf o r N s w Y o r k .

    COLON EL ANSWERS CRITICSDeclsres Taft Conourrad In Postpone*mant of Act ion Against Harvester Trust .

    M r ^ T a H T d e c l a r e d - t h a t C o l o n e l R O D S -

    MRS. KILDUFF GUILTY

    a n w a s I n s a n e .INDIAN JOAN OF ARC A BRIDELast Frlncsss sf ths Oneidas la Marrlsd to Wisconsin Resident.

    F o n d d u L s c , W i s . , A p r i l 3 6 . A n - o u n o e t n e n t i s m a d e o f t h e m a r r i a g eo f L a u r a M i n n i e C o r n e l i u s , l a s t p r i n ce ss o f t he Onoida Indians , t o Or in J .K e l l o g g , a w e a l t h y c l t i s s n o f S e y m o u r ,Wis , , a t S t e v e n s P o i n tMrs. Ke ll ogg i s s gr adua t e o f Gr af t o n H a l ' . W e l l e s l y c o l l e g e a n d S t a n f o r d u n i v e r s i t y S h e b e c a m e w o r l d -r e n o w n e d a s t h e I n d i s n J o a n o f A r c ,Sh e danc e d at t he c our t s o f Eur ope t oobt a in f unds t o he b> r e dm e n t o a highe r o i v i l l z a t l o n .

    " - " aC onve nt ion o f K of C .

    War t e r t ow n, N . Y . , A pr i l 28 .A r -r ange m e nt e have be e n c om ple t e d f ort he annual c onve nt ion o f t he Knig ht sof C ot um bu* of t he s t a t e o f V e w Y or k,w hic h w i l l ope n in Wat e r t ow n M ay10t h n ml t- IOMP Ma v IA h. A boutde t onat e * and v is i t or s ar e e xpe c t e d. Thethfird degree will be conferred! on ae laaa o f 200 , t he lar ge st in t he his t or yof t he s t a t e or ganisat ion. R uhopHe nr y nabr ie le , o f t he dioc e se o f Og-c t an s b u rg w i n c e l e s t e t h e o p e n i n gnw r ITe vT s t a t e o f f ic e rs w i l l See le c t e d. A m on g t he e nt e r t a inm e nt fe at ur e s pr ov ide d i as e xc ar n .m t o t heThor w and Is lands .

    e ve l t should not be g ive n a t hir d t e r m ."The r e Is not t he s l ight e s t r e asonw hy," M r . Taf t sa id, "I f he se c ur e s st hir d t e r m ^an d t he l im it at ion o f t heW a s h i n g t o n , J e f f e r s o n a n d J a c k s o nt r a d i t io n I s b r o k e n d o w n , h e s h o u l dn o t h a v e a s m a n y t e r m s a s h i s n a t u r a ll i t e w i l l pe r m it . I f be Is ne c e ssa r y

    Hal i f ax , N ova Sc ot ia , A pr i l 26Thebe dy of C . M . Haye s , pr e s ide nt o f t heGr and Tr unk R . R . w ho w as los t w it ht he Tit anic baa ibaan. j e c ove r ad - s j ae or dif riow t o - the - gove r nm ent , w hy not la t e r >{~ e i ne r o f C or por at ion s Sm it h ,ing . t o a w ir e l e ss de spat c h t o t he Wh it eStar Office here. Th e despatch rearf"Th is m or ning disc ove r e d body of i 'M . H a y e s ( s i g n e d ) M i n i s . "

    K I N G 'S S O N E OIF W E

    O n e w h o s o l i g h t l y r e g a r d s c o n s t i t u t i o n a l p r i n c i p l e s a n d , e s p e c i a l l y t h ei n d e p e n d e n t j u d i c i a r y , o n e w h o i s s onat ur a l ly im pat ie nt o f le ga l r e s t r a intand of - due le ga l pr oc e dur e , and w hoh a s s o m i s u n d e r s t o o d w h a t l i b e r t y r eg ulat e d by law is , c ould not sa f e ly b et r u s t e d w i t h s u c c e s s i v e p r e s i d e n t i a lt e r m s . I say t ble sor r ow f ul ly , but Isay I t w it h t he f ul l c onvic t ion o f t heTaft Didn't Get Square Deal.

    T h e p r e s e n t a t t i t u d e o f C o l o n e lR o o s e v e l t t o w a r d s M m , M r T a f t s a i d ,1 w as a^"BOHTc e~ e f t h e sadd e st dt sar*-M adr id, Spai n, A pr i l 26D on J a im i , _ . . ^ . . . . . Tj , ,- n < hse c ond so B o f K i n g A l f o ns o of S p a in i g g g g g g J ^ S S T S - iw i n b e ^ e a f a n d du m b f or l i fe , H ^ T ^ l " 1 * c o n t t n ^ ' 2 5 S 2has be e n und e r t r e at m e nt f or se ve r a l I h l m t l m i u * r e a*1*1- w h l c h M r . R o o am o n t h s , b a t t o d a y i t w a s d e c id e d th a t ^ ^ n r * e " 8 ^^^his r i lr ne at w as inc ur able . > > < Am i > i i i i

    Brief News Hems FromSurro und ing Territory*Ham m ondspor t , A pr i l 26Gle nn H.Curtisa has opened the iiaifrrnondspbT,A viat ion Sc ho ol J o . t he sum m e r . M anynot e d bir dm e n, w ho ha ve av ia t or 's l i c e nse s , ar e he r e , as ar e som e f or e igne r s ,w ho ar e be g inni ng t he ar t o f f l ight .. Bat avU t A pr i l 26O. B. R r ay , r e c e ive r o f t he Bidw r t l Thr e shing ikrmpany, has r e s igne d t nd his r e s ignat ionhas be e n ac c e pt e d by J udf a r iase j.He w as c har ge d w it h im pr ope r handl ingof t he a f f a ir s o f t he c om pany, hav ingope r at e d t he bus ine is a t a loss o f *2H,-000, i

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